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February is Black History Month in the United States. The idea behind this month, which began in 1911 when slavery was abolished, was to highlight acc

Is Valentine’s Day About Love Or Profits? February 10, 2020

In the United States, February 14th is a well-known day—it’s Valentine’s Day! While some people love that there’s a day dedicated to love, oth

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We’re bringing back this Xyza oldie but goodie article just in time for Thanksgiving! Check out some fun facts about one Thanksgiving tradition

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Imagine being born knowing that one day you’d have to take on the responsibilities of being the symbolic leader of your country. That’s the destin

The World Will Rebuild Notre Dame April 19, 2019

One of the most iconic figures in Paris, France, is the Notre Dame cathedral. Built in the middle of the Seine river, the cathedral took 200 years to

It’s Time To Blossom! April 14, 2019

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